While most plants are alright with tap water, the miracle fruit plant is not. The pH of tap water in cities often reaches into the 7’s, which is far outside of the miracle fruit plant’s comfort zone. Using tap water over a long period of time will raise the pH of the soil enough to stunt or damage the plant.The easiest way to gather large amounts of water with the properties necessary to make a happy miracle fruit plant is to capture rain water.

 The plants enjoy filtered sunlight and can even be grown well with artificial light.

Growing the miracle fruit plant isn’t the easiest thing to do. There are many things that can go wrong and growing miracle fruit takes attention to detail and some hard work. With proper attention and care, growing miracle fruit plants can be a rewarding and enjoying experience.

Miracle fruit plants enjoy an acidic environment. The soil present in the parts of Africa they are native to is acidic, generally being composed of various types of loose plant matter. 
THE MIRACLE FRUIT Comes in 1 & 2-3 Gallon Sizes
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